This month marks the anniversary of when we finished production on my feature film directorial debut, In His Steps! To celebrate, I’ve put together a brand new behind the scenes video of one of the funnier aspects of filming: creating the baby bump effect for Stacey Bradshaw’s character, Loreen. Enjoy!
May marks the 3rd and 4th year anniversary of when we filmed my feature directorial debut, In His Steps! So for Throwback Thursday, I’m sharing a behind the scenes video from the film!
We’ve had a lot of people tell us that they were very moved by the song featured at the end of the film, called “Just the Brush.” This week, I’d like to share the story behind the song!
Listen to the full song here:
Check out the latest short film I directed, which just so happens to be our first look into the world of Delantare!
You can watch my behind the scenes vlog here.
This was filmed entirely in one day, with post production completed in three weeks. It was quite the fast-paced production, but I’m quite happy with the results!
Learn more about the Delantare project by clicking here.
If you watched my web series Indy Christian Review for any length of time, you’ll know that I have a dim view of the “end times” genre of Christian movies. After I watched the 2014 Left Behind movie starring Nicolas Cage, I was inspired to write a parody to Larry Norman’s song “I Wish We’d All Been Ready.” I wrote the words and asked Stephen Nasby to record it, which he did brilliantly, in my opinion. In fact, he did such a good job, that when I included the music video in my review of Left Behind, YouTube’s VERY flawed detection system immediately flagged it as the original song!
I had several people ask me to release the music video by itself, but the constant filing of claims and counterclaims has delayed the release for months.
Well, the battle’s finally over! The claims against the video have finally expired (since no real people ever look at the copyright claims on YouTube). So, better late than never, here’s I Wish They’d Quit Already.
Marshmallow, chocolate, graham cracker… and ketchup?! The Grand Master of the Order of Ketchup returns with a test of how the classic campfire treat s’mores tastes with ketchup on it!
Filmed at the Rocky Mountain Christian Filmmakers Camp
Filmed by Paul Leavitt. Performed by Zack Lawrence
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